POWERS OF ATTORNEY
A Power of Attorney is as important and crucial as a Living Will and a Healthcare Directive. It reiterates our Clients common concerns over future events that are out of their control. With Living Will and Healthcare Directive tools utilized to assure our client that their healthcare needs and wishes will be met, it is important that our client’s next plan to have their financial needs met should an event occur prohibiting them from making important financial decisions. A Power of Attorney allows our client to name and authorize another person to make financial decisions on behalf of our client should our client be unable to make his or her own financial decisions. There are different variations of Powers of Attorney that you must be informed and aware of and we strongly urge that you discuss your planning needs with an Estate Planning Attorney.
All initial consultations and further communication with your attorney through the life of your matter will be held of utmost importance and confidential so that we may discuss your matter and any issues of concern in an open and candid, professional environment. Contact your New Jersey Estate Planning Attorney today.